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charcoal melancholy

 
   
he came to me  
when my tempest storm raged  
as my madness peaked  
   
*  
   
he crossed the oceans  
to touch my soul  
he distracted me from the voices  
that howled in my mind  
   
*  
   
with a quiet storm all his own  
he entered me  
with poetry on his lips  
a guitar riff in his spirit  
   
*  
   
his art was my muse  
his masculinity the fire    
from which I dined  
   
*  
   
I ate his charcoal melancholy    
fed his beautiful arrogance  
he tempered my shyness  
   
*  
   
he entered my watercolor days  
with his bold oils  
   
*  
   
& we mixed  
gave birth to poetic sunsets  
with our lust  
   
*  
   
he came to me  
put to death my lonely days  
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
crimsin
Written by crimsin (Unveiling)
Published | Edited 21st Jan 2017
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